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Report finds 85% of people approve of Muslim Brotherhood participation in politics

A new social media analysis report has identified a rapidly growing preference for neo-socialist politics among Arabs who are taking part in the region's revolutionary movements.

Islamic Televangelism: Religion, Media and Visuality in Contemporary Egypt

For the three characters of this film and thousands of other young Egyptians, Amr Khaled’s brand of Islamic televangelism is merely one element – however prominent – of the diffuse

Interview with Sefer Turan

Turkish state-run TRT has launched a new Arabic TV channel, At Turkiyya. Speaking to Ay?e Karabat, At Turkiyya Coordinator Sefer Turan says its aim is to break down the barriers

Commentary – the move away from big pan-Arab channels

The Arab media scene in the last few years of the first decade of the third millennium has totally changed from what we had seen in the first half of

The Gaza War, Theater and the Big Interview

The military phase of the Gaza war started on December 27, 2008, when Israel launched an attack on the Gaza Strip. It ended on 18 January, 2009, when Israel, and

Interview with Sefer Turan

Turkish state-run TRT has launched a new Arabic TV channel, At Turkiyya. Speaking to Ay?e Karabat, At Turkiyya Coordinator Sefer Turan says its aim is to break down the barriers

Arab Media: Human rights vs bill limiting media coverage

Committee to Protect Journalists reports that human rights reporting in the Arab media has seen an increase despite efforts to curtail such coverage by repressive Arab regimes.